Together for L.A., powered by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation invites you to learn about the upcoming City of Los Angeles Comeback Check Program Grants on Tuesday, October 26th from 11am-12pm PT.
To support struggling for-profit small businesses, the Mayor of Los Angeles and City Council have allocated American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to implement a series of programs to uplift City of L.A. small businesses and promote a strong and equitable economic recovery in the City, consistent with ARPA regulations. The "Comeback Checks Program" will provide $37M in grants, including:
- $25M - Restaurant and Small Business Recovery Program
- $12M - Small Business Rental Assistance Program
Guest Presenter: Carolyn Hull, General Manager, City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD)
Together for L.A. is a partnership to strengthen and support women and diverse-owned small businesses, whose mission is to serve small businesses in L.A. County as they strive to recover from the economic crisis wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, by providing no cost technical assistance and small business resources – sponsored by Wells Fargo.
Learn more at www.laedc.org/coronavirus
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